“The Battle of Britain. Soldiers pose with Messerschmitt Bf 109E-4 (W.Nr. 5587) ‘Yellow 10’ of 6./JG 51 ‘Molders’, which crash-landed at East Langdon in Kent, 24 August 1940. The pilot, Oberfeldwebel Beeck, was captured unhurt.” [2449×1748]
USS Barton (DD 599) view forward looking aft at Bethlehem Steel Company, Shipbuilding Division, Quincy, Massachusetts, January 2, 1942. Barton was sunk by Japanese destroyer Amatsukaze on November 13, 1942, during the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. [3112 x 2344]
Evergreen Cemetery Gettysburg PA was walking through Gettysburg National Cemetery when I stuck my camera into the fence for this picture, I didn’t realize that I got a picture of Jennie Wades grave the only civilian to be killed in the Gettysburg battle. She’s just past the American flag.
15th century fresco on the outer wall of the Church in Svaneti(Georgia) showing Epic Hero Amiran and his brothers battle with The mythological Dev.[1239×348]
The breastplate of cuirassier Antoine Fraveau, struck and killed by a canonball. He was serving Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo [4200×4800]
The breastplate of cuirassier 19 years old Antoine Fraveau, struck and killed by a canonball. June, 1815, serving Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo [4200×4800]
Sand-filled trucks used as a defensive barricade on a Tripoli street peppered with cannon fire after the Battle of Misrata – April 2011 [2296×1528]
“This is reputedly the bullet that killed Col. Richard Gentry, Missouri Volunteers, during the Battle of Lake Okeechobee, in the Second Seminole War. The ball passed through Gentry and wounded his son, Sgt. Maj. Richard H. Gentry, who was also in the battle.” 1837. [895×871]